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January 17, 2010

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Michael Gorman

Very impressive presentation. I enjoyed reading and looking at your all the great resources. I do plan on investigating further. Thanks for the informative post. I will return.
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Lynne

I like the idea of "My French Coach" in the classroom - never played it or seen it, however put off slightly by the claim on their website - "Playing My French Coach for 15 to 20 minutes a day is all you need to become fluent in French. " - really??

Ollie Bray

@michael Thanks for the feedback Michael. I will be sure to check out your website and follow you on twitter.

@Lynne I know what you mean Lynn. But the game is very good (for the DS - the wii version is poor)

SEO Los Angeles

Love the innovation that they have done with today's games. Not only are you having fun but you are learning as well.

Lynne

I looked up the reviews on amazon, we do have a wii in school but no DS, so will just need to wait until a better wii version appears.

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